Fleet Rule for Public Agencies and Utilities - Compliance Tools

This page last reviewed February 22, 2011

 

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Presentation Information From Training Seminars

Presentation on overview of the Fleet Rule for Public Agencies and Utilities and Accomplishing BACT.
     

Vehicle Labels

These vehicle labels may be used by a municipality or utility to identify a vehicle's compliance "status" with the regulation, or may serve as a template for a municipality or utility to design their own. These vehicle labels meet the in-vehicle record keeping requirement.
 

 

 

Record Keeping Forms

These forms were developed to aid a municipality or utility with the regulation's record keeping requirements, and are designed to allow information to "flow" from page to page, minimizing the amount of data entry. Although these forms were designed to satisfy the regulation's requirements for record keeping, additional support documentation may be required to satisfy record keeping requirements.
     

Frequently Asked Questions

This document provides answers to frequently asked questions regarding the Fleet Rule for Public Agencies and Utilities.
     

Vehicle Retirement Process

This page is intended as guidance for municipalities and utilities to insure the proper "retirement" of a vehicle. This page contains links to documents that will assist agencies with proper retirement of a vehicle.
     

Standard Implementation BACT Calculator Form

This spreadsheet provides a tool for a municipality or utility to use when "calculating" how many vehicles must implement BACT in a compliance year. The calculator will do the math, all the municipality or utility needs to do is "plug in the numbers." This spreadsheet was designed to be used with the standard implementation schedule.
 

 

 

Low-Population County BACT Calculator Form

This is a tool for a low-population county to use when "calculating" how many vehicles must implement BACT in a compliance year. The calculator will do the math, all the municipality or utility needs to do is "plug in the numbers;" it was designed to be used with the alternate schedule for low-population counties.
     

Low-Population County Status Application

Municipalities not located in a designated low-population county may apply for low-population county status provided certain criteria are met, an application for consideration as a low-population county must be submitted to the ARB.
     

Compliance Extensions

The regulation provides municpal and utility fleet operators opportunities to take advantage of many compliance extensions. The compliance extensions, including applicability, record keeping and application requirements, have been summarized on this page.
     

Engine Families

The Fleet Rule for Public Agencies and Utilities requires that the "engine family" for each engine in a fleet covered by the regulation be identified. Engine families can be found in the executive order that was issued for a particular engine. The ARB has an executive order look-up available for outside use.
     

Installers List for On-Road Application

The ARB has compiled a list of each manufacturer's installers of verified DECS. Please note that ARB does not endorse, approve, or recommend any of the companies listed herein. The installers were extracted from the device manufacturer's website or the manufacturer provided the installer's name directly to ARB.
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